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ILVE Induction Cooktop ILD6E Manual

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you are now the proud owner of an ILVE cooking appliance.
Thank you for purchasing ILVE and welcome to the exciting world of cooking the ILVE way.
This instruction manual has been specially created to inform you of the full range of features your ILVE appliance has to offer and serves as an introduction to the wonderful benefits of ILVE’s dynamic cooking systems.
We present detailed information on each of the advanced cooking systems built into ILVE appliances. Once you have read this section you will be able to choose the most appropriate settings for your appliance when cooking different types of food.
We ask you to read the instructions in this booklet very carefully as this will allow you to get the best results from using your appliance. KEEP THE DOCUMENTATION OF THIS PRODUCT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.


Precautions before using

  • Unpack all the materials.
  • The installation and connecting of the appliance have to be done by approved specialists. The manufacturer can not be responsible for damage caused by building-in or connecting errors.
  • To be used, the appliance must be well-equipped and installed in a kitchen unit and an adapted and approved work surface.
  • This domestic appliance is exclusively for the cooking of food, to the exclusion of any other domestic, commercial or industrial use.
  • Remove all labels and self-adhesives from the ceramic glass.
  •  Do not change or alter the appliance.
  • The cooking plate can not be used as a freestanding or as a working surface.
  • The appliance must be grounded and connected conforming to local standards.
  • Do not use any extension cable to connect it.
  • The appliance can not be used above a dishwasher or a tumble dryer: steam may damage the electronic appliances.
  • The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote control system.

Using the appliance

  • Switch the heating zones off after using.
  • Keep an eye on the cooking using grease or oils: that may quickly ignite.
  • WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can be dangerous and may result in a fire.
  • Be careful not to burn yourself while or after using the appliance.
  • Make sure no cable of any fixed or moving appliance contacts with the glass or the hot saucepan.
  • Magnetic objects (credit cards, floppy disks, calculators) should not be placed near to the engaged appliance.
  • Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids should not be placed on the hob surface since they can get hot.
  • Do not place any metallic object except heating containers. In case of untimely engaging or residual heat, this one may heat, melt or even burn.
  • Never cover the appliance with a cloth or a protection sheet. This is supposed to become very hot and catch fire.
  • This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
  • Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.

Precautions not to damage the appliance

  • Raw pan bottoms or damaged saucepans (not enameled cast iron pots,) may damage the ceramic glass.
  • Sand or other abrasive materials may damage ceramic glass.
  • Avoid dropping objects, even little ones, on the vitroceramic.
  • Do not hit the edges of the glass with saucepans.
  • Make sure that the ventilation of the appliance works according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Do not put or leave empty saucepans on the vitroceramic hobs.
  • Sugar, synthetic materials or aluminum sheets must not contact with the heating zones. These may cause breaks or other alterations of the vitroceramic glass by cooling: switch on the appliance and take them immediately out of the hot heating zone (be careful: do not burn yourself).
  • WARNING: Danger of fire: do not store items on the cooking surface.
  • Never place any hot container over the control panel.
  • If a drawer is situated under the embedded appliance, make sure the space between the content of the drawer and the inferior part of the appliance is large enough (2 cm). This is essential to guaranty correct ventilation.
  • Never put any inflammable object (ex. sprays) into the drawer situated under the vitroceramic hob. The eventual cutlery drawers must be resistant to heat.

Precautions in case of appliance failure

  • If a defect is noticed, switch on the appliance and turn off the electrical supply.
  • If the ceramic glass is cracked or fissured, you must unplug the appliance and contact the after-sales service.
  • Repairing has to be done by specialists. Do not open the appliance by yourself.
  • WARNING: If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
  • f the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a cable or special set available by the manufacturer or his after-sale service.

Other protections

  • Note sure that the container pan is always centered on the cooking zone. The bottom of the pan must have to cover as much as possible the cooking zone.
  • For the users of pacemakers, the magnetic field could influence its operating. We recommend getting information to the retailer or of the doctor.
  • Do not use aluminum or synthetic material containers: they could melt on still-hot cooking zones.
  • NEVER try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch off the appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a lid or a fire blanket.



Technical characteristics

Type Total Power Zones Diameter Nominal
Booster Power* Minimal pan
ZZ1208 7400 W Front left 190 x 210mm 2100 W 2300 / 3000 W 100 mm
Rear left 190 x 210mm 1600 W 1850 W 100 mm
Rear right 190 x 210mm 2100 W 2300 / 3000 W 100 mm
Front right 190 x 210mm 1600 W 1850 W 100 mm

* The given power may change according to the dimensions and material of the pan.

Control panel



Power level
Pan detection
Heat accelerator
Error message
Residual heat
Double Booster
Keep warm
The heating zone is activated.
Selection of the cooking level.
No pan or inadequate pan.
Automatic cooking.
Electronic failure.
The heating zone is hot.
The boosted power is activated.
The double boosted power is activated.
Control panel locking.
Maintain automatically of 70°C.
The hob is in pause.
2 cooking zones are combined.


The cooling system is fully automatic. The cooling fan starts with a low speed when the calories brought out by the electronic system reach a certain level. The ventilation starts his high speed when the hob is intensively used. The cooling fan reduces his speed and stops automatically when the electronic circuit is cooled enough.


Before the first use

Clean your hob with a damp cloth, and then dry the surface thoroughly. Do not use detergent which risks causing blue-tinted colour on the glass surface.

Induction principle

An induction coil is located under each heating zone. When it is engaged, it produces a variable electromagnetic field which produces inductive currents in the ferromagnetic bottom plate of the pan. The result is a heating-up of the pan located on the heating zone.
Of course the pan has to be adapted:

  • All ferromagnetic pans are recommended (please verify it thanks to a little magnet): cast iron
    and steel pans, enameled pans, stainless-steel pans with ferromagnetic bottoms…
  • Are excluded: cupper, pure stainless-steel, aluminum, glass, wood, ceramic, stoneware,…
    The induction heating zone adapts automatically to the size of the pan. With a too-small diameter, the pan doesn’t work. This diameter is varying in the function of the heating zone diameter.
    If the pan is not adapted to the induction hob the display will show [ U ].

Sensitive touch

Your ceramic hob is equipped with electronic controls with sensitive touch keys. When your finger presses the key, the corresponding command is activated. This activation is validated by a control light, a letter or a number in the display, and/or a “beep” sound.

In the case of general use press only one key at the same time.

Power selection zone “SLIDER” and timer setting zone
To select the power with the slider, slide your finger on the “SLIDER” zone. You can already have a direct access if you put your finger directly on the chosen level.


  • Startup/switch off the hob:
Action Control panel Display
To start press key [ ] 4 x [ 0 ] are blinking
To stop press key [ ] nothing or [ H ]
  • Startup / switch off a heating zone:
Action Control panel Display
Zone selection
To set (adjust the power)
press display [ 0 ] selected slide on the “SLIDER“ to the right or to the left [ 0 ] and control light on
[ 0 ] to [ 9 ]
To stop slide to [ 0 ] on “SLIDER“ or press on [ 0 ] [ 0 ] or [ H ]
[ 0 ] or [ H ]

If no action is made within 20 seconds the electronics return in the waiting position.

Pan detection

The pan detection ensures perfect safety. The induction doesn’t work:

  • If there is no pan on the heating zone or if this pan is not adapted to the induction. In this case, it is impossible to increase the power and the display shows [ U ]. This symbol disappears when a pan is put on the heating zone.
  • If the pan is removed from the heating zone the operation is stopped. The display shows [ U ].
    The symbol [ U ] disappears when the pan is put back to the heating zone. The cooking continues with the power level set before.

Residual heat indication

After the switch-off of a heating zone or the complete stop of the hob, the heating zones are still hot and indicates [ H ] on the display.
The symbol [ H ] disappears when the heating zones may be touched without danger.
As far as the residual heat indicators are on light, don’t touch the heating zones and don’t put any heat-sensitive objects on them. There are risks of burn and fire.

Booster function

The Booster function [ P ] and the Double Booster [ ] add a boost of power to the selected heating zone.
If this function is activated the heating zones work for 10 minutes with ultra-high power.
The booster is foreseen for example to heat up rapidly big quantities of water, like noodles cooking.

  • Start up / Stop the booster function:
Action Control panel Display Zone 
Zone selection  Start up the booster  Stop the booster press key [ 0 ] from the zone
press key [ P ]
slide on the “SLIDER“   or press on [ P ]
[ 0 ] and control light on
[ P ]
[ P ] to [ 0 ]
[ 9 ]
  • Start up / Stop the double booster function:
Action Control panel Display Zone 
Startup the booster
Startup the Double Booster Stop the Double Booster
press key [ P ]
Press 2 times the key [ P ] slide on the “SLIDER“ or press on [ P ]
[ P ]
[ and P ]
[ P ] to [ 0 ]
[ 9 ]
  • Power management:
    The hole cooking hob is equipped by a maximum of power. When the booster function is activated,and not to exceed the maximum power, the electronic system orders to reduce automatically the power level of another heating zone. The display is blinking on [ 9 ] during a few seconds and then shows the maximum of power allowed :

Heating zone selected
[ P ] is displayed
The other heating zone: (example: power level 9) [ 9 ] goes to [ 6 ] or [ 8 ] depending on the type of zone

The timer is able to be used simultaneously with all 3 heating zones and this with different time settings (from 0 to 99 minutes) for each heating zone.

  • Setting and modification of the cooking time :

Example for 16 minutes at power 7 :

Action Control panel Display
Zone selection
Select the power level
Set the units
Valid the units Set the tens Valid the tens
press display [ 0 ] selected slide on the “SLIDER“ to [ 7 ] press display [ CL ]  slide on the “SLIDER“ to [ 6 ] press display [ 06 ]  slide on the “SLIDER“ to [ 1 ] press display [ 16 ] [ 0 ] and control light on [ 7 ] [ 00 ] [ 0 fixed ] [ 6 blinking ] [ 0 blinking ] [ 6 fixed ] [ 1 blinking ] [ 6 fixed ] [ 16 ]
  • To stop the cooking time:

Example for 13 minutes at power 7 :

Action Control panel Display
Zone selection  Select « Timer » Deactivate the units Valid the units Deactivate the tens Valid the tens press display [ 0 ] selected
press key [ 13 ] slide on the “SLIDER“ to [ 0 ] press display [ 10 ] slide on the “SLIDER“ to [ 0 ] press display [ 00 ]
[ 0 ] and control light on [ 13 ] [ 1 fixed ] [ 0 blinking ] [ 1 blinking ] [ 0 fixed ] [ 0 blinking ] [ 0 fixed ] [ 00 ]
  • Automatic stop at the end of the cooking time:
    As soon as the selected cooking time is finished the timer displays blinking [ 00 ] and a sound rings. To stop the sound and the blinking it is enough to press the key [ 00 ].
  • Egg timer function :

Example for 29 minutes :

Action Control panel Display
Activate the hob
Select« Timer »
Set the units
Valid the units
Set the tens
Valid the tens
press display [ ]
press display [ CL ]
slide on the “SLIDER“ to [ 9 ]
press display [ 09 ]
slide on the “SLIDER“ to [ 2 ]
press display [ 29 ]
zone control lights are on [ 00 ]
[ 0 fixed ] [ 9 blinking ]
[ 0 blinking ] [ 9 fixed ]
[ 2 blinkings] [ 9 fixed ]
[ 29 ]

After a few seconds, the control light stops blinking.
As soon as the selected cooking time is finished the timer displays blinking [ 00 ] and a sound rings.
To stop the sound and the blinking it is enough to press the display [ 00 ]. The hob switches off.

Automatic cooking
All the cooking zones are equipped with an automatic “go and stop” cooking device. The cooking zone starts at full power during a certain time, then reduces automatically its power on the preselected level.

  • Start-up :
Action Control panel Display
Zone selection
Full power setting
Automatic cooking
Power level selection
(for example “ 7 “)
press display [ 0 ] selected
slide on the “SLIDER“ to [ 9 ]
re-press on display “SLIDER“ [ 9 ] slide on the “SLIDER“ to [ 7 ]
[ 0 ] and control light on
pass from [ 0 ] to [ 9 ]
[ 9 ] is blinking with [ A ]
[ 9 ] pass to [ 8 ] [ 7 ]
[ 7 ] is blinking with [ A ]
  • Switching off the automatic cooking :
Action Control panel Display
Zone selection  press [ 7 ] from  the zone [ 7 ] blinking with [ A ]
Power level selection slide on the “SLIDER“ [ 1 ] to [ 9 ]

Pause function

This function brakes all the hob’s cooking activity and allows restarting with the same settings.

  • Startup/stop the pause function :
Action Control panel Display
Engage pause

Stop the pause

press [ II ] key during 2s press [ II ] key during  2s press another touch or slide on the “SLIDER“ displays [ II ] in the heating zone  displays pause control light is blinking pause control light is off

Recall Function

After switching off the hob ( ), it is possible to recall the last settings.

  • cooking stages of all cooking zones (power)
  • minutes and seconds of programmed cooking zone-related timers
  • Heat up function

The recall procedure is following:

  • Press the key [ ]
  • Then press the key [ II ] within 6 seconds

The precedent settings are activated.

Bridge Function
This function allows using of the 2 cooking zones at the same time with the same features as a single cooking zone. Booster function isn’t allowed.

Action Control panel Display
Activate the hob Press display [ ] [ 0 ] or [ H ] on the 4 displays
Activate the bridge Press on the 2 cooking zones [ 0 ] appears on the front zone
Increase bridge Slide on the “SLIDER “
[ 1 to 9 ] or display [ U ]
[ ∏ ] on the rear zone.
[ 1 to 9 ] or [ U ]
Stop the bridge Press on the 2 cooking zones [ 0 ] or [ H ] on the 2 zones

“Keep warm” Function
This function allows to reach and maintain automatically a temperature of 70°C.This will avoid liquids overflowing and fast-burning at the bottom of the pan.

  • To engage, to start the function « Keep warm » :
Action Control panel Display
Zone selection
To engage
To stop
Press display [ 0 ] selected
Press on key [ U ] on the “SLIDER
Press on display [ U ] selected
Slide on the “SLIDER“
[ 0 ] to [ 9 ] or [ H ]
[ U ]
[ U ]
[ 0 ] to [ 9 ] or [ H ]

Control panel locking

To avoid modifying a setting of cooking zones, in particular during of cleaning the control panel can
be locked (with exception to the On/Off key [ ].

  • Locking :
Action Control panel Display
Hob locking
press on key [ ]
press simultaneously [ P ] and [ 0 ]from the front right zone display
re-press on display [ 0 ]
[ 0 ] or [ H ] on the displays
no modification
[ L ] on the displays
  • Unlocking :
Action Control panel Display
Start press on key [ ] [ L ] on the displays

In the 5 seconds after start :

Action Control panel Display
In the 5 seconds after start :
Unlocking the hob
press on key [ ]

press simultaneously [ P ] and [[ L ] from the front right zone display
press on key [ P ]

[ L ] on the displays
[ 0 ] or [ H ] on the displays
no light on the displays


Pan quality

Adapted materials: steel, enameled steel, cast iron, ferromagnetic stainless-steel, aluminum with the ferromagnetic bottom.
Not adapted materials: aluminum and stainless steel without ferromagnetic bottom, copper, brass, glass, ceramic, porcelain.
The manufacturers specify if their products are compatible with induction.
To check if pans are compatibles :

  • Put a little water in a pan placed on an induction heating zone set at level [ 9 ]. This water must heat in a few seconds.
  • A magnet sticks on the bottom of the pan.
    Certain pans can make noise when they are placed on an induction cooking zone. This noise doesn’t mean any failure on the appliance and doesn’t influence the cooking operating.

Pan dimension

The cooking zones are, until a certain limit, automatically adapted to the diameter of the pan.
However, the bottom of this pan must have a minimum of diameter according to the corresponding cooking zone.
To obtain the best efficiency of your hob, please place the pan well in the center of the cooking zone.

Examples of cooking power setting

(the values below are indicative)

1 to 2 Melting Reheating Sauces, butter, chocolate, gelatine Dishes prepared beforehand
2 to 3 Simmering Defrosting Rice, pudding, sugar syrup
Dried vegetables, fish, frozen products
3 to 4 Steam Vegetables, fish, meat
4 to 5 Water Steamed potatoes, soups, pasta, fresh vegetables
6 to 7 Medium cooking Simmering Meat, lever, eggs, sausages Goulash, roulade, tripe
7 to 8 Cooking Potatoes, fritters, wafers
9 Frying, roosting Boiling water Steaks, omelets, fried dishes Water
P Frying, roosting Boiling water scallops, steaks
Boiling significant quantities of water


Switch off the appliance before cleaning.
Do not clean the hob if the glass is too hot because they are at risk of burn.

  • Remove light marks with a damp cloth with washing up liquid diluted in a little water. Then rinse with cold water and dry the surface thoroughly.
  • Highly corrosive or abrasive detergents and cleaning equipment likely to cause scratches must be absolutely avoided.
  • Do not ever use any steam-cleaner or pressure washer.
  • Do not use any object that may scratch the ceramic glass.
  • Ensure that the pan is dry and clean. Ensure that there are no grains of dust on your ceramic hob or on the pan. Sliding rough saucepans will scratch the surface.
  • Spillages of sugar, jam, jelly, etc. must be removed immediately. You will thus prevent the surface being damaged.


The hob or the cooking zone doesn’t start up:

  • The hob is badly connected on the electrical network.• The protection fuse cut-off.
  • The looking function is activated.
  • The sensitive keys are covered of grease or water.
  • An object is put on a key.

The control panel displays [ U ]:

  • There is no pan on the cooking zone.
  • The pan is not compatible with induction.
  • The bottom diameter of the pan is too small.
    The control panel displays [ E ] :
  • Call the After-sales Service.
    The control panel displays [ L ] :
  • Refer to the chapter control panel locking page.
    One or all cooking zone cut-off :
  • The safety system functioned.
  • You forgot to cut off the cooking zone for a long time.
  • One or more sensitive keys are covered.
  • The pan is empty and its bottom overheated.
  • The hob also has an automatic reduction of power level and breaking Automatic overheating
    Continuous ventilation after cutting off the hob :
  • This is not a failure, the fan continuous to protect the electronic device.
  • The fan cooling stops automatically.
    The automatic cooking system doesn’t start up:
  • The cooking zone is still hot [ H ].
  • The highest power level is set [ 9 ].
    The control panel displays [ U ] :
  • Refer to the chapter “Keep warm“.
    The control panel displays [ II ]:
  • Refer to the chapter “Pause “.
    The control panel displays [ ∏ ]:
  • Refer to the chapter “Bridge“.

When the symbol [ E 4 ] appears :

  • The table must be reconfigured. Please implement the following steps :
    I) Important : before you start, make sure there is no more pot on the hob
    II) Disconnect the appliance from the grid by removing the fuse or turning the circuit breaker off
    III) Reconnect the table to the grid
    IV) Procedure :
    * take a pot with a ferromagnetic bottom and a minimum diameter of 16 cm
    * start the procedure within 2 minutes after reconnecting the hob to the grid
    * don’t use the [ ] touch
    V) First step: cancel the existing configuration
    1) Press the touch n°2 and hold down
    2) The symbol [ – ] will appear on each display
    3) With your other hand, press successively and quickly (less than 2s) on each [ – ] display.
    Begin from the front right side and turn contrary clockwise, as described in the picture (from a to d).
    A double “beep” means an error occurred. If so, start again from item 1).
    4) Remove your fingers from the touch control, then push again on touch 1 for few seconds, until blinking [ E ] symbols appear.
    5) Wait until [ E ] symbols stop blinking.
    6) After few seconds, [ E ] is automatically transformed in [ C ]. The existing setup has been canceled.

    VI) Second step : new setup
    1) Take a ferromagnetical pot with a minimum diameter of 16 cm
    2) Select a cooking zone by pushing on the corresponding [ C ] display
    3) Place the pot on the area to be set
    4) Wait until the [ C ] display becomes a [ – ]. The selected cooking zone is now configured.
    5) Follow the same procedure for each cooking zone with a [ C ] display.
    6) All the cooking zones are configured once all the displays are turned off.
    Please use the same pot for the whole procedure.
    Never put several pots together on the zones during the setup process.
  • If [ E 4 ] displaying remains, please call the customer care
    The control panel displays [ ] or [ Er03 ] :
  • An object or liquid covers the control keys. The symbol disappears as soon as the key is released or cleaned.
    The control panel displays [ E2 ] or [ EH ] :
  • The hob is overheated, let it cool and then turn it on again.
    The control panel displays [ E3 ] :
  • The pan is not adapted, change the pan.
    The control panel displays [ E6 ] :
  • Defective network. Control the frequency and voltage of the electrical network.
    The control panel displays [ E8 ] :
  • The air inlet of the ventilator is obstructed, release it.
    The control panel displays [ E C ] :
    Configuration error. Set the table again, referring to the chapter “The [E 4] appears.”If one of the symbols above persists, call the SAV.


  • The materials of packing are ecological and recyclable.
  • Electronic appliances are composed of recyclable, and sometimes harmful materials for the environment, but necessary to the good running and the safety of the appliance.
  • Don’t throw your appliance with the household refuse
  • Get in touch with the waste collection center of your commune that is adapted to the recycling of household appliances.


The installation comes under the exclusive responsibility of specialists.
The installer is held to respect the legislation and the standards enforce in his home country.
How to stick the gasket:
The gasket supplied with the hob avoids all infiltration of liquids in the cabinet.
His installation has to be done carefully, in conformity of the following drawing.

Stick the gasket (2) two millimeters from the external edge of the glass, after removing the protection sheet (3).

Fitting – installing:

  • The cut out sizes are:
Reference Cut-size
ILD6E 560 x 490 mm
  • Ensure that there is a distance of 50 mm between the hob and the wall or sides.
  • The hobs are classified as “Y” class for heat protection. Ideally, the hob should be installed with plenty of space on either side. There may be a wall at the rear and tall units or a wall at one side. On the other side, however, no unit or divider must stand higher than the hob.
  • The piece of furniture or the support in which the hob is to be fitted, as well as the edges of furniture, the laminate coatings, and the glue used to fix them, must be able to resist temperatures of up to 100 °C.
  • The mural rods of the edge must be heat-resisting.
  • Not to install the hob to the top of a not ventilated oven or a dishwasher.
  • To guarantee under the bottom of the hob casing a space of 20 mm to ensure a good air circulation of the electronic device.
  • If a drawer is placed under the work, avoid putting into this drawer flammable objects (for example sprays) or not heat-resistant objects.
  • Materials that are often used to make worktops expand on contact with water. To protect the cutout edge, apply a coat of varnish or special sealant. Particular care must be given to applying the adhesive joint supplied with the hob to prevent any leakage into the supporting furniture. This gasket guarantees a correct seal when used in conjunction with smooth work top surfaces.
  • The safety gap between the hob and the cooker hood placed above must respect the indications of the hood manufacturer. In case of absence of instructions respect a distance minimum of 7650 mm.
  • The connection cord should be subjected, after building, with no mechanical constraint, such for example of the fact of the drawer.
  • WARNING: Use only hob guards designed by the manufacturer of the cooking appliance or indicated by the manufacturer of the appliance in the instructions for use as suitable or hob guards incorporated in the appliance. The use of inappropriate guards can cause accidents.
  • A separation panel at least 20mm from the bottom of the cooktop must be included during installation to prevent access to the underside of the appliance. This panel can be made of any non-combustible rigid material. If the hob is going to be installed on the top of an oven, precautions must be taken to guarantee an installation in accordance with current accident prevention standards. Pay particular attention to the position of the electric cable: he must not touch any hot parts of the oven.ILVE Induction Cooktop - drawerILVE Induction Cooktop - Installed above an oven


  • The installation of this appliance and the connection to the electrical network should be entrusted only to an electrician perfectly to the fact of the normative regulations and which respects them scrupulously.
  • Protection against the parts under tension must be ensured after the building-in.
  • The data of connection necessary are on the stickers place on the hob casing near the connection box.
  • The connection to the main must be made using an earthed plug or via an omnipolar circuit-breaking device with a contact opening of at least 3 mm.
  • The electrical circuit must be separated from the network by adapted devices, for example circuit breakers, fuses or contactors.

This appliance has only to be connected to a network 230 V~ 50/60 Hz.
Connect always the earth wire.
Respect the connection diagram.
The connection box is located underneath at the back of the hob casing. To open the cover use a medium screwdriver. Place it in the slits and open the cover.

Mains Connection Cable diameter Cable Protectioncalibre
230V- 50/60Hz 1 Phase + N 3 x 2,5 mm2 H05 VV F H 05 RR – F 25 A *
400V- 50/60Hz 2 Phases + N 4 x 1.5 mm2 H05 VV F H 05 RR – F 16 A*

Connection of the hob
Setting up the configurations:
For the various kinds of connection, use the brass bridges which are in the box next to the terminal

Monophase 230V~1P+N
Put a bridge between terminals 1 and 2.
Attach the earth to the terminate “earth”, the neutral N to terminal 4, the Phase L to one of the terminals 1 or 2.
Biphase 400V~2P+N
Attach the earth to the terminate “earth”, the neutral N to terminal 4, the Phase L1 to terminals 1 and
the Phase L2 to the terminal 2.

Caution! Frequent loosening and screwing of the screws on the connection box risks damaging the efficiency of the tightness once screwed. It is therefore advisable to keep screwing and unscrewing to a minimum.
Ensure that the cables are correctly inserted and tightly screwed down.

We cannot be held responsible for any incident resulting from the incorrect connection or which could arise from the use of an appliance that has not been earthed or has been equipped with a faulty earth connection. 


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48-50 Moore Street, Leichhardt N.S.W 2040
Locked Bag 3000, Annandale, N.S.W 2038
P: 1300 856 411

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    ILVE warrants that each ILVE product will remain, for a period of twenty four (24) months computed from the date of purchase of the ILVE product, free from defects arising in the manufacture of the ILVE product (“Warranty”).
    Except for consumer guarantees set out in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (“Act”), ILVE does not make any further warranties or representations in relation to ILVE products.
  2.  What is not covered by the Warranty.
    The Warranty does not apply if an ILVE product is defective by a factor other than a defect arising in the manufacture of the ILVE product, including but not limited to:
    (a) damage through misuse (including failure to maintain, service or use with proper care), neglect, accident or ordinary wear and tear (including deterioration of parts and accessories and glass breakage);
    (b) use for the purpose for which the ILVE product was not sold or designed;
    (c) use or installation which is not in accordance with any specified instructions for use or installation;
    (d) use or operation after a defect has occurred or been discovered;
    (e) damage through freight, transportation or handling in transit (other than when ILVE is responsible);
    (f) damage through exposure to chemicals, dust, residues, excessive voltage, heat, atmospheric conditions or other forces or environmental factors outside the control or ILVE;
    (g) repair, modification or tampering by the purchaser or any person other than ILVE, an an employee of ILVE or an authorized ILVE service contractor*;
    (h) use of parts, components or accessories which have not been supplied or specifically approved by ILVE.
    (i) damage to surface coatings caused by cleaning or maintenance using products not recommended in the ILVE product handbook provided to the purchaser upon purchase of the ILVE product;
    (j) damage to the base of an electric oven due to items having been placed on the base of the oven the cavity or covering the base, such as aluminum foil (this impedes the transfer of heat from the element to the oven cavity and can result in irreparable damage); or
    (k) damages, dents or other cosmetic imperfections not affecting the performance of the ILVE in respect of an ILVE product purchased as a “factory second” or from the display The Warranty does not extend to light globes used in ILVE products.
  3. Domestic Use
    Each ILVE product is made for domestic use. This Warranty may not extend to ILVE products used for commercial purposes.
  4. Time for Claim under the Warranty
    You must make any claim under this Warranty within twenty-eight (28) days after the occurrence of an event which gives rise to a claim pursuant to the Warranty, by booking a service call on the telephone number below.
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  5. Proof of Purchase
    Customers must retain proof of purchase in order to be eligible to make a warranty claim in respect of an ILVE product.
  6.  Claiming under the Warranty
    Customers will bear the cost of claiming under this Warranty unless ILVE determines the expenses are reasonable, in which case the customer must claim those expenses by providing written evidence of each expense to ILVE at the address on the Warranty Registration Card.
  7. Statutory Rights
    (a) These terms and conditions do not afect your statutory rights.
    (b) The limitations on the Warranty set out in this document do not exclude or limit the application of the consumer guarantees set out in the Act or any other equivalent or corresponding legislation in the relevant jurisdiction where to do so would:
    (i) contravene the law of the relevant jurisdiction;  or
    (ii) cause any part of the Warranty to be void.
    (c) ILVE excludes indirect or consequential loss of any kind (including, without limitation, loss of use of the ILVE product) and (other than expressly provided for in these terms and conditions) subject to all terms, conditions and warranties implied by custom, the general law, the Act or other statute.
    (d) The liability of ILVE to you for a breach of any express or non-excludable implied term, condition or warranty is limited at the option of ILVE to:
    (i) replacing or repairing the defective part of the ILVE product;
    (ii) paying the cost of replacing or repairing the defective part of the ILVE product;
    (iii) replacing the ILVE product; or
    (iv) paying the cost of replacing the ILVE product.
    (e) Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage.
    You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
  8. Defects
    Any part of an ILVE product deemed to be defective and replaced by ILVE is the property of ILVE. ILVE reserves the right to inspect and test ILVE products in order to determine the extent of any defect and the validity of a claim under the Warranty.
    *For your closest ILVE authorized service agent go to https://support.eurolinx.com.au/#/map/retailers
    All warranty service calls must be booked through ILVE’s Customer Care Centre on [email protected] or
    1300 85 64 11 option 1

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Please complete and send to ILVE at: REPLY PAID 83617

Last Name: First Name:
State: Postcode: Email:
Home Phone: Mobile:
Purchase Date:  /     /  (Please attach proof of purchase to validate warranty)
(if you cannot locate the serial number please call ILVE on 1300 85 64 11)

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Australia National Telephone Number 1300 MYILVE (694 583) New Zealand Telephone Number 0508 458 369 ILVE showrooms are open Tuesday – Friday: 9am-5pm and Saturdays 10 am-4 pm. Closed on Monday & Sunday

NSW & ACT (Head Ofice)
48-50 Moore Street
F 02 8569 4699

1211 Toorak Road
F 03 9809 2155

1/42 Cavendish Road
F 07 3397 0850

Unit 10/55 Howe Street
Osborne Park
F 08 9201 9188

TAS (Crisp Ikin)
3 Pear Avenue
Derwent Park, 7009
P 03 6272 7386

New Zealand
PO Box 11.160
Sockburn Christchurch
F 03 344 5906


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